So as most FE believers agree, the earth is accelerating at a rate of 9.8 meters per second squared upwards which is what causes the force that RE believers call gravity. Also, as all people will agree, in order to cause a force that would hold someone to something, that something would have to be accelerating and not be at a constant velocity. One way to put this is if you're driving in a car and you are going faster or accelerating, you can feel a force pushing you into your seat in the opposite direction that you are traveling, but once you are at a set speed or a constant velocity with no acceleration, that force goes away and it feels at though you are just sitting in a normal non moving seat due to the fact that you also are traveling at the same exact speed as the car. So, if what the FE believers say is correct, then as time goes by, the earth is getting faster and faster and faster, or in other words the earth has the possibility to exceed the speed of light which is 299792458 meters per second. Now if this were to happen, since light has no mass and can only travel at that constant speed, no light would be able to reach our eyes due to the fact that we would be traveling faster than light can travel meaning I would not be able to see even my hand in front of my face. So, the question here would be "how long, if we are accelerating at 9.8 meters per second squared, would it take for us to reach a speed faster than the speed of light." Here's how we find out:

In order to find out how fast an object/mass is traveling after a given amount of time at a constant acceleration you multiply the acceleration with time and then add the starting velocity or in a formula term it would be

V(end) = A x T + V(start)

Since we're trying to find out how long it would take to reach 299792458 meters per second if the earth started at a velocity of 0, we would have to rearrange the formula by first taking out the starting velocity (since it's 0) and then divide each side by the acceleration or in a formula term

V(end) / A = T

So, our V(end) is the speed of light or 299792458 m/s and the acceleration is 9.8 m/s^2 so our formula reads

(299792458 m/s) / (9.8 m/s^2) = T

If you do the math then we come to find that it would take 30591067.14 seconds to reach the speed of light at that acceleration. There are 31556826 seconds in a year so 30591067.14 / 31556826 = 0.969393126 years.

It would take less than a year for us to be moving faster than we can see if what FE believers say is true and as I look around, I can still see, and I've been on this planet for well over a year.